Associate Professor Holly Seale is a social scientist with over 17 years of experience in immunisation and infectious diseases. She has been undertaking pandemic related research focused on community and clinical based settings since 2007 and has published over 20 papers on the topic. Holly has conducted clinical, behavioural and data-based research, has published 164 journal papers and is a current member of the World Health Organisation On behalf of the Behavioural and Social Drivers of Vaccination Working Group. Her work focuses on improving awareness, acceptance, and demand of immunisation with a focus on special at-risk groups including children and adults with comorbid conditions, and refugees and migrants (travellers). She is currently the Deputy Chair for the Collaboration on Social Science and Immunisation.
Associate Professor at School of Population Health at University of New South Wales